Cazwell is celebrating his feminine side in the brand new summertime single “Loose Wrists.”
The track, which marks the first single off his new music label, Snow Cone, is taking on both the White House and the masc4masc culture that’s currently plaguing hookup sites like Grindr.
“I noticed a femme pride movement brewing a few years back, but it has not been so visible until now,” the queer rapper explained about his inspiration for the gay anthem. “It’s about time we all embrace femme. Whether we are gay or straight, when men get in touch with their feminine sides, it gives a real sense of empowerment.”
Cazwell was part of last month’s social media frenzy over male rompers after he posted a still from the set of the “Loose Wrists” video that found him and his dancers in pastel lace rompers by designer Hoza Rodriguez.
“I was surprised by the reaction because the outfits are way more conservative than the
shirtless guys in Speedos and jockstraps I typically have in my videos,” he said.
Cazwell says the movement is especially important now that we have “a president that wants to take us off of the census and a vice president that believes shock therapy will cure gayness.”
“At the end of last year, I vowed to be as gay as possible with my music and videos,” he added. “We have to be more visible than ever and I hope I inspire that.”
Check out the video for “Loose Wrists” and see if Cazwell’s new single inspires you to let your femme flag fly.